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Traffic Ticket – Judici E-Plea & E-Pay and Judici E-Pay

Pay and Plead Guilty on New or Outstanding Traffic Tickets:      

Click here to Pay Now

To make a payment on a new traffic ticket (after 10 days of receipt) or outstanding fines and fees, choose the Pay Now button above. Search for your case by Name, Ticket Number, or Case Number. If your case is listed in the search results, look for a red “Pay Now” or “Plea/Pay” button on the right. (If there is no button, your case is ineligible for Judici E-Pay/E-Plea.)

An additional fee will be charged for paying online. This fee is collected by the Circuit Clerk on behalf of Judici and is not reflected in the shown amount owed. Judici E-Pay Convenience Fee Schedule

According to Judici, “Only certain types of cases are eligible for Judici Plea & Pay”:

  • The only cases types that may use Judici E-Pay Plea and Pay are TR (Traffic)and CV (Conservation).
  • Your county must allow Judici Plea & Pay payments.
  • In addition, only violations that do not require appearance in court (may appear) cases are eligible. Read your ticket carefully to ensure that court appearance is NOT required.
  • If you received more than one ticket at the time of the offense, other than a seat belt citation, your cases are not eligible for Judici E-Pay Plea and Pay.
  • Your case must be open. Make sure there is no date in the “Initial Close Date” field on the Case Information page.
  • Your case must not have a disposition or sentence other than “Failure to Appear”.
  • Any cash bond posted on the violation must not exceed the amount due to the court.

Payment is due by court date with or without court supervision.

To Request Court Supervision

  • Court Supervision is NOT available online. You will need to contact State’s Attorney Lucas Liefer’s office.
  • Any individual who seeks court supervision for a traffic citation MUST appear in court on the date written on the citation.

Why isn’t my case eligible for Judici E-Pay (not Plea and Pay)?

According to Judici, “There are a number of reasons why your case may not be eligible for Judici E-Pay.”

  • Your county must allow Judici E-Pay payments.
  • The case must be closed. Without a disposition and sentence on all charge(s), the case is not eligible.
  • The case must have an outstanding balance in accounts receivable.
  • The case must not have a prohibited payment type of electronic payment.

Payment is due by court date with or without court supervision.

Additional handling/processing fees will be collected from the companies processing payments.

Contact Circuit Clerk

Lisa Fallon, Monroe County Circuit Clerk

100 S. Main St., Room 115, Waterloo, IL 62298
Tel:618-939-8681 ext. 224, circuitclerk@monroecountyil.gov
Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.